Alpklang Huuri Elia
"Huuri" is the name given to an owl in Switzerland. The shy night bird likes to hide in the dense forests. When someone approaches, he announces himself; and you know: you are not alone.
How does "Huuri" work?
The "Huuri" ELIA has a motion sensor. As soon as you get about one and a half meters close to the product, a wonderful and gentle melody sounds for about three minutes. Suitable for children as well as adults. Beautiful dreams guaranteed...
The product is wireless and battery operated. Included are three batteries of type AAA. These are already pre-mounted and can be changed as needed. The volume can be adjusted.
The "Huuri" ELIA is ideal for the ritual of falling asleep with children. The gentle and soothing melody brings children to rest and gives them a feeling of security and love.
The "Huuri" ELIA likes quiet places and is your companion when it gets dark outside. It is rather nocturnal and feels especially comfortable on your nightstand, where it can "guard" you and gently guide you into the dream world.
We rely on Swiss quality for our products. We trust in sustainable materials from the region. "Huuri" ELIA is made of untreated Swiss oak wood.
Song Elia - a melody that goes straight to the heart
The birth of his first son ELIA inspired Daniel Wallimann to create the touching and enchanting melody that gently put his little son to rest each time. The original melody has now been further developed by the three artists Daniel Wallimann (composer), Antonia Gasser and Tobi Gmür. The result is a touching form with vocals, guitar, piano and harmonium.
Daniel Wallimann, who grew up in Alpnach, has been connected with music since his youth. He is a clarinetist with "Siidhang", was active for 26 years with the yodel group Bärg röseli, several years of which he was the conductor. In all these years he has developed various natural yodels, compositions and arrangements for various musical projects.
Antonia Gasser, is a musical all-rounder (trained singer and singing teacher, choir director and much more). She loves to sing on different stages - sometimes rocking, sometimes beautiful, sometimes improvising, sometimes touching. In the project "tones unspoken" she is looking for her very own musical expression and gives her dialect texts a musical garment. She accompanies herself on the piano or harmonium and thus makes her melodies resound.
Toni Gmür, who grew up in Lucerne, has been a musician for over 30 years - as a songwriter, singer and guitarist. He is the head of the band "Mothers Pride" and since 2015 also on the road with dialect songs. In addition, he works as a producer.
Attention: wood is hygroscopic, which means that it changes with fluctuations in humidity and temperature. "Huuri" belongs indoors. Wood can discolor with time.
Design: in collaboration with Gerhard Gerber
Music recordings: Phonoplay International, Walter Fölmli
Audio sample "Children Song Elia"
Manufacturer: Nature's Design Products GmbH, Marktgasse 9, CH-6060 Sarnen